Kelly Creedon is a documentary filmmaker and editor whose work focuses on using intimate storytelling as a means to explore communities and the issues and questions that unite and divide us.
Her film editing credits include the feature-length documentaries FARMSTEADERS (POV 2019) and YOU GAVE ME A SONG: THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF ALICE GERRARD (Full Frame 2019), and the documentary short SANTUARIO (Tribeca Film Institute IF/THEN 2018). Her short film work has been featured in Vimeo Staff Picks, National Geographic, the Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, the Huffington Post, REEL SOUTH, the PBS Online Film Festival, the Bitter Southerner, Univision and Fusion, among others. Her short documentary INTHIS WORLD screened widely at festivals around the country and was recognized by Pictures of the Year International and the Alexia Foundation. She is the recipient of a 2018-2019 Artist Fellowship Award from the North Carolina Arts Council.
She has taught visual journalism and documentary storytelling at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and the UNC Chapel Hill School of Media and Journalism, where she received her MA in Visual Communication. She is also a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
She is currently based in Durham, NC, and is available for coffee and collaborations.